2012: Played ten games, starting eight. Key member of an offensive line that ranked second in the NE-10 and 30th nationally for fewest tackles for loss allowed. Stonehill ranked fourth in the Conference for passing offense (248.9 yards/gm) and fewest sacks allowed (1.7/gm). Team averaged 350.2 yards per game, including 5.2 yards per play, with 101.6 rushing yards per game and 24.2 points per game.
2011: Played nine games, starting two. Part of an offensive line that ranked third in the NE-10 for fewest sacks allowed, fifth in total offense (370.6 yards/gm) and sixth in scoring (25.4 ppg). Also averaged 219.9 passing yards and 135.3 rushing yards per game. Made his collegiate debut against rival Bentley (9/16). Started the last two games of the season, with his first collegiate start coming in win over Saint Anselm (11/5).
2010: Did not see game action.
High School: 2010 graduate of Peabody High School. Three year letterwinner for coach Scott Wulsuk, serving as captain his senior season. Earned All-Northeastern Conference honors and was selected as team's Most Valuable Offensive and Defensive Lineman. Participated in Harry Agganis Senior All-Star Game. Collected team Rookie of the Year honors as a sophomore.
Personal: Born February 11, 1992, in Melrose, Mass. Son of Arthur and Janice Egitto of Peabody, Mass. Has a brother, Arthur (26), and sister, Jaclyn (22). Majoring in communication. Aspires to become a Hollywood film editor. Lists greatest sports moment to date as his game-clinching sack against rival Salem his senior year of high school. Supports the New Orleans Saints. Lists Dirk Nowitzki as a favorite athlete.